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Rodger Tschanz on vegetable garden movement
The 2009 edition of Garden & Floral Expo in Toronto took place Oct. 20-21, 2009. The show featured a "Green for Life Stage" where seminars and presentations took place during the event.
Nov. 10, 2009 - Public relations firm Garden Media Group has just released its annual trends report to show what they anticipate will be hot for 2010.
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Garden Media Group releases 2010 trends

Public relations firm Garden Media Group has just released its annual trends report to show what it anticipates will be hot for 2010.
Oct. 19, 2009, Toronto — Retailers, landscape contractors, and growers can discover the trends in vegetables and plants that will make their 2010 spring sales blossom at this week’s Garden & Floral Expo at the Toronto Congress Centre.
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Retail exposed to changing shopping habits
Today's new retail reality has transformed the traditional relationship between consumers and retailers.
With only a handful of exceptions, there is very little greenhouse berry crop production in North America. And given the growing consumer trend toward “Buy Local” foods, greenhouse growers could be missing out on a sizable market.
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Canadians flock to loyalty programs
Finding Canadian consumers that don’t participate in loyalty  programs is getting tougher.
Aug. 21, 2009 - According to recent research 85 per cent of decisions are made by women and lifestyle retailers major target market is 35 year old women.
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What do women want?
According to recent research 85 per cent of decisions are made by women and lifestyle retailers major target market is 35 year old women.
Aug. 5, 2009 - Imagine five floors filled with stylish baubles, fresh florals, lots of sparkle, distinctive new containers, lavishly decorated trees and aisle after aisle of displays and booths. This is the scene that played out at the 2009 Christmasworld trade show in Frankfurt, Germany.

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Deck the halls
with European style

Check out our sneak preview of this feature story from the August/September 2009 issue of Canadian Garden Centre & Nursery magazine.
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Flowers down, veggies up,
in '08 sales

Sales of greenhouse products declined 7.6 per cent from 2007 to $ 2.1 billion in 2008, as an increase in fruit and vegetable sales was more than offset by a drop in sales of flowers and plants.
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Affluents are investing more on outdoor living
Affluents are spending more on their outdoor living spaces, giving a much needed boost to category retailers and marketers this year.
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Economy, food safety
has Canadians growing

Maybe it's a growing environmental awareness. Perhaps it's concern about food safety or just the reality of hard economic times.
Roses are abloom on the cover of this season’s consumer magazines. The variety takes a starring role and is positioned as a flower that can in fact be successfully grown with little or no fuss.
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